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This paper gives a short overview of the state-of-the-art and goals of argumentation mining and it provides ideas for further research. Its content is based on two invited lectures on argumentation mining respectively at the FIRE 2013 conference at the India International Center in New Delhi, India and a lecture given as SICSA distinguished visitor at the University of Dundee, UK in the summer of 2014.doi:10.1145/2701336.2701635 dblp:conf/fire/Moens13 fatcat:63i6obphgzgvnmzxtmtr3e354m